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Willoughton Roll of Service

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Andrew's church

Parish:Willoughton

Type of Memorial:Roll of Honour

Materials Used:Paper, wood and glass

Description:Hand written roll which records both those who died and those who served and returned. The roll only records the death of eight men, and does not include the Catley Brothers who were added to the outside memorial.

Inscription:For/ King, Country & Humanity/ Roll of Honour/ FOR THE BRAVE MEN WHO HAVE GONE FORTH AT THE CALL OF DUTY/ FROM Willoughton./ TO THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR OF 1914 - (1st Column) Charles Appleton. Frank Akrill. Amos Barratt. James Birkett. William Brocklesby. Edward Brocklesby. killed/ Charles Burnett. Albert Barratt. Fred Barratt. Neville Dent./ Charles Ford. George Ford William Fenton. Percy Fenton. killed Walter Harrison./ Fred Harrison. killed/ Arthur Hutchinson./ Alfred Hare./ (2nd Column) John Howden. Arthur Howden. died of wounds. Charles Howden. John Hill. Edward Hill./ Frank Kirk./ George W Marshall. Herbert Massey./ Walter Mathers. Matt Mathers./ Tom May. killed .George Metcalf. Clifford Nicholson. Randolph Nicholson/ Alec Nicholson./ Charles Patchett./ Charles Parker./ William Middleton./ Tom Bullivant./ (3rd Column) George H Percy./ Fred Page. died of wounds/ Arthur Page./ George Page./ James Pogson. killed/ Matthias Robinson./ Fred Scoffins. Henry Skepper./ Charles Sleight. killed/ James Sleight. Walter Sleight. John Staney. Charles Thompson. Francis Weatherhogg. Arthur Wells. Joseph Wilkinson./ George Woodhead. Arthur Woodhead.

Notes:There are two Rolls of Honour kept in Willoughton St Andrews. The names of the fallen differ slightly - This one includes Tom May and Fred Harrison. Neither of the paper rolls include the Catley brothers, and Neville Dent is recorded as served but not died.

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